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CSPAN
Jan 21, 2012 12:00pm EST
people who brought this back. from the sublime to deep political, you read a book about "the obamas". a very at miring book. the administration has disagreed. they have come out with some comments about you. what is it like to have a political firefight. what do you make of what is happening? >> it is a little change -- strange because -- i have been covering the obamas for five years for the new york times and started with a series we call the long run about trying to capture the lives of the candidates. especially because candidates are so restricted now. so hard to get access to them. one way we learn about them is through their biographies. we don't deeply into their past and characters and look at the whole person. this book in a way is an outgrowth of those stories i have been doing for years and years. the goal of this book was to really write about what i call the big change. when i started covering barack obama and michele obama they were barack and michele. the extraordinary thing that i was watching happen was watching these regular people become president and first lady of t
RT
Jan 3, 2012 10:01pm EST
obama went ahead and signed the n.d.a. the national defense authorization act the same authorization act also includes a provision for indefinite military detention a civil liberties atrocity. but you see here is what obama did on the actual day that he signed it after backing off of the veto threat and he went forward and decided to insert into the signing a signing statement a promise a promise that is an illustration won't allow this to apply to american citizens without trial first so what happened out there in the media world well people just started rejoicing obama defender started blogging tweeting saying see obama does said that it doesn't apply to american citizens so it's all ok now i don't even know where to start in terms of what a foolish response that is all around but let's just make a few things very clear here no matter what obama does or doesn't do the indefinite military military detention including of american citizens well that part is already enshrined into law he signed the damn bill so even if his administration chooses not to interpret it in that way well the
MSNBC
Jan 31, 2012 12:00am PST
, president obama has the entire republican party on the ropes. the republicans are taking one cheap shot trying to get back in the fight. this is "the ed show," let's get to work. >>> what did you call president obama? >> i called him captain schettino, the captain that fled the ship in italy. >> the obama derangement syndrome is going to the new level. >> get the held out of the united states of america. >> melissa harris-perry and dr. james peterson have reaction. >>> the fight for florida is ending with a flurry. >> conservatives will come together and decide they don't want a massachusetts liberal to be the republican nominee. >> the speaker has been attacking me all over the state in ways that are extraordinary. >> the latest with e.j. dionne. >> bill burton and joan walsh >> bill burton and joan walsh with the problem with the latino vote. >>> the fight for fairness headed to the floor of the senate. robert reich on today's big news for the buffet rule. >>> good to have you with us tonight, thanks for watching. newt gingrich is taking a pounding in florida. he's been outspent
FOX News
Jan 16, 2012 2:00pm PST
"newsweek." the magazine asks why are obama's critics so dumb? greg gutfeld has the answer. "the five" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: our top story tonight, the showdown in south carolina. the primary is this coming saturday. tonight, the presidential hopefuls will square off during fox's debate at 9:00 p.m. eastern. everybody is going to be watching this, eric. it will be exciting to see, weapon the developments today. huntsman is out. a lot of focus on romney. in fact, there is a new poll fox news in particular which has him up 25% and also gallup coming in consistently with that at 23%. that is pretty good. >> eric: down to five now, right? romney. flanked by two on each side. they will all take shots to him. my guess is he won't bother with him and he will go after obama. that is what he he has been doing. it worked for him. he played a smart defensive strategy the whole time as the only offense going, not inside the tent but across the aisle. i think he is handling it the right way. >> greg: what can't the candidates do to stop romney, you ask me? >> kimberly: i do. thank
FOX News
Jan 7, 2012 2:00pm EST
, mr. obama makes recess points when congress isn't in recess. what would senator obama think about that? welcome to the journal, editorial report. i'm paul gigo it: one candidate lighter after michele bachmann's departure. the g.o.p. pac blanketed the state. and rick santorum hoping to capitalize on his iowa motor tumult and newt gingrich hoping for a comeback and mitt romney, the double digit lead in the polls there. joining the panel. this week, diary editor, jason riley, assistant editorial page editor, james freeman and dorothy rabinowitz and washington columnist, kim strassel. so, james, is rick santorum the most serious threat so far to mitt romney or not? >> he's a major threat. i think that santorum could win this thing and it hits romney's vulnerabilities. obviously we saw in iowa speaking to the values voters that santorum has the edge there and quickly pivoted to the economy and what you find is a better spending reform plan and better tax cutting plan than mr. romney and as we go to republican primaries and caucuses, that usually does well. >> kim, what about san form's
FOX News
Jan 18, 2012 9:00pm EST
. >> more people have been pout food stamps by barack obama than any other president in history. >> the white house is firing back but is it really? we'll break down those numbers. >> so-called party of the 99% rolls out pricy plans ahead of the democratic national convention. we'll check out with michelle and expose the culture of corruption. >> sean: governor chris christie rocks in a state-of-the-state address in new hampshire. >> sean: jerry springer reacts to the highlights. our countdown continues hannity starts right here, right now. >> sean: major developments. mitt romney has maintained on his status on the front-runner but following monday's fox news channel debate in south carolina a resurntd enter newt gingrich is climbing back into the contest. in the latest survey, former speaker jumped 11 points in just two weeks and now finds himself within the margin of error of governor romney. santorum is in third place with 15% and followed by paul and rick perry. joining me now is reaction is dick morris. welcome back. >> good to be here. stuff changes every minute. >> sean: if this
FOX News
Jan 14, 2012 5:00am EST
time around the media gave barack obama a big advantage over john mccain. but truthfully there are very few media personalities that have any influence anymore. since oprah left syndicated tv her clout has dropped. late night ratings are down. "saturday night live" watched by about 7 million people. generally there is no national forum in the media anymore. the rise of the net, people are scattered everywhere but that doesn't change, doesn't change the likelihood that republic presidential contender, whoever it may be, will be vilified in the media while president obama should get a rather soft ride. and that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. reaction, with us here in the studio "new york post" critic linda stacy. los angeles pundit ben stein. what say you, ben? >> well, i say that the media is made by the people who make the media and they tend to be leftist, liberals, they tend to be antibusiness, antireligious, antimilitary. and they grind out that message night and day and, yes, the audience has been more dispersed because of the internet. they are still getting a big heavy
RT
Jan 3, 2012 7:01pm EST
as someone that can lead the country and there is no option in my view because obama came in he didn't do anything we had three years of nothing basically and i were faced with an election of g.o.p. candidates the guy who is the front or supposedly is mitt romney who's the establishment pick and what's he going to do he's basically trying to out obama obama saying obama is not pro israel enough obama's not enough faith in favor of wars so it's like i think that the american people just. but there's but one of the pentagon they don't know what to do and i think if paul were to be elected that's what ron paul signifies you signifies basically hitting the panic button because you're like i want to pull the plug on the computer that has crashed and i have no hope whatsoever of getting out of this mess with anything that resembles a compromise which is what obama had promised in two thousand and eight and that is what the candidates are trying to do is that they're trying to portray themselves as who is the most anti obama who can change the way things are the current course of washi
Telemundo
Jan 24, 2012 6:30pm EST
controversial el tercer mensaje sobre el estado de la naciÓn del presidente obama. >> impuestos de la discordÍa, mitt romney revela centavo acento a skwe centavo lo que pagÓ >> el mÉxico no que se disputa el oscar como mejor actor. >> el aperitivo de esta noche de relaciones peligrosas la sÚper nueva novela de telemundo, la ediciÓn martes del noticiero telemundo comienza ya. en washington. washington. >> hola ¿quÉ tal? muy buenas tardes en donde reina la espera del tercer mensaje del presidente obama un discurso aÚn antes de escuchar no es controversia y se espera que el mandatario haga su discurso en las espaldas insistirÁ y reactivar la controversia. lori montenegro tiene todos los detalles. >> la economÍa y como reactivar buscando generar interÉs en la casa blanca divulgÓ lo que hablarÁ. >> en el informe serÁn los votantes por la falta de buenos empleo s y la situaciÓn financiera. >> durante el fin de semana obama daba un avance a los temas que invocarÍa y declaraba que presentarÁ un plan para que los estados unidos perdura y incluir a todos. >> si vamos a seguir e
RT
Jan 2, 2012 3:01pm EST
criticized president obama over a controversial defense bill he's authorized the military to indefinitely detain terror suspects without charge or trial unprecedented in u.s. history mamma said he had serious concerns about possible and it's pledged it won't be applied in full to americans provide sapper describing the bill as a blight on his legacy becomes as the notorious going time of the bay prison remains open despite the presence pre-election to shut it down by the beginning of twenty ten teams going to point nine has more. long before he became u.s. president or a nobel peace prize winner barack obama was a constitutional law professor we have never been more energized by. a civil liberties champion turned charismatic candidate who vowed to reverse the abuses and policies of his predecessor george w. bush four years later many civil rights advocates who once cheered yes we can are finding themselves saying no you can't not only has the obama administration blocked torture accountability and refused to investigate and prosecute. he's he's basically maintained indefinite
FOX News
Jan 30, 2012 11:00pm PST
presidential election come out. you see romney leading president obama by 48-47. then we do a poll each one of the four candidates, president obama leading gingrich 54-40. and ron paul a 7% margin against ron paul and then with rick santorum i believe, yeah, it's of 7-point margin. i tell you what it tells me about the newt problem. newt comes out fourth against obama in these swing states. to explain these swing states is the last election polls will determine. they include florida, ohio, pennsylvania, virginia, nevada, colorado. states like that. >> indiana? >> bob: no, we conceded that. but the point is these are the states that will determine this is which is why the president of united states campaigns in those states. nonetheless, it tells me newt sort of nationally as well. this is a result of this primary. >> in terms of electability. >> bob: the republican nomination is tied with president obama the trouble he is in right now. he has not served them well. >> eric: people realize they have to pick a candidate to go up against obama. we should vote for romney or obama. if yo
WHUT
Jan 16, 2012 6:00am EST
new book about the obamas called obamas in "the new york times" journalist is jodi kantor. >> i don't see how (bam would be president without michelle obama. the pattern i've always seen in my reporting is that she can-- to other people. and charlie, don't you think we're really going to see that in the 2012 campaign. >> rose: we continue this evening with wade davis, his book is called not silence. the great war, mall ory and the conquest of everests. >> the war became this template of their lives. and it was-- it was in the fiber of their being. and they carry odd i physically to the mountains. >> we conclude this evening with todd buchholz's book is called rush y you need and love the rat race. >> this journey that we're all in as noisy tas s as dangerous, as frustrating is a journey that has extended human life. a hundred years ago you wouldn't have seen there is a rat race a hundred years ago it was simpler. half the population lived on the farm, right. there was-- your cell phone wouldn't interrupt you during dinner, you wouldn't get stuck in traffic. but life expectancy,
FOX News
Jan 9, 2012 5:00pm PST
persuade the majority of voters. most americans want performance like obama and reagan, polar spoipts spioth, it's all about persuasion and to romney who is the likely nominee. brand-new poll says romney is ahead in new hampshire tonight. that vote is tomorrow. the poll says romney has 33%. paul 20, gingrich 11 and santorum 10. south carolina where the vote is january 21, romney is leading in most of the polls. it's clearly the governor's race the lose and it didn't alter that. the question becomes how should conservative americans handle the romney situation? well it all depends on how you see president obama. all the polls say romney would offer obama the hardest challenge so even a gingrich could is a stretch. talking points mirt romney to do well tomorrow in new hampshire. also the republican machine in south carolina is now on the governor's side so he should compete well there. in florida, again the machine is backing romney. so while it's not over until the fat lady sings, many hefty women are avidly rehearsing. cautionary note for romney, why the u.s.a. is losing power. he mus
FOX News
Jan 26, 2012 2:00am PST
obama last night. but this is barack obama in september 2008. >> 30%, that's vegas, man. i'm not going with those odds. 15 i will pay. not 30. >> i didn't say we gold to 30. >> bill: tonight, a special report on your tax money and what the president wants to do with it. >> while florida families lost everything in the housing crisis, newt gingrich cashed in. >> when mitt romney invented government run health care, romney advisors helped barack obama. >> the slash and burn campaign in florida continues with romney and gingrich hammering each other on a daily basis. dick morris will predict what is going to happen in the sunshine state. >> grade president obama. >> cd minus. >> 0 point 2. >> jesse watters tries to get the folks to give the president a report card. >> did you vote for obama last time. >> did i vote for obama. >> do your parents know that? also tonight dennis miller on the super bowl. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. president obama
FOX News
Jan 6, 2012 9:00pm PST
on the face of president obama. >> we are making progress. we are moving in the right direction. >> sean: but with over 20 million americans looking for work, we ask: you can afford four more? we look at the blatant bias of the obam'bama-loving media. >> it's an unapologetic, in-your-face conservative. >> sean: "hannity" starts right here, right now. we are only a few days removed from rick santorum's second-place finish in iowa, where he fell 8 votes shy of the top spot. late last night, word broke that some errors may exist. could that mean that senator santorum actually won? after the reports surfaced on thursday, santorum announced he is not interested in reinvestigation iowa. instead, he is moving to new hampshire with a sudden influx of campaign cash because in the two days following iowa, he reportedly raised upwards of $2 million. in just a moment, senator santorum will join us live from the granite state, where he explained why he is running for president. >> it is not an ideal time as a husband and father to be out, taking on this responsibility. but i felt that the co
Current
Jan 27, 2012 8:00pm PST
campaigns come in. the obama campaign did a fabulous job in 2008. >> are there certain issues that prompt them or propel them to vote in some elections rather than others? >> the conventional wisdom is that it's immigration is the top concern, but what we've seen over the course of the last couple months is that it's the economy. latinos care just as much about the economy and unemployment at non-latinos. sure they care about immigration, but it's not as over looming as the media and candidates make it seem. it's for more complex. >> in some key states and the ones we talked about texas california florida particularly, new york is the latino vote, that 8% enough to swing an election. >> not in the the super blue states or super red states, but in and a half and a half it is and in new mexico and california. we saw that in 2010 with senator reed. he survived because of the latino vote. that percentage that put him over the top was because of latinos and he knew they were going to be his life raft and aggressively courted them. very important also in congressional elections. your sen
FOX News
Jan 25, 2012 2:00pm PST
to the collectist agenda. president obama aced it, taking the teamwork of the military as an invitation. forget self-sufficiency, instead work like an army to make my dream come true. the dream being fairness. >> it's not fair -- >> fair share -- >> fair share of taxes. >> fair share of taxes. >> investigating unfair trading practices! american values of fair play. >> everyone gets a fair shot and everyone does their fair share. share >> greg: if you drink every time obama said, "fair" you'd be naked and passed out in a tree like me. but fairness is substitute for class warfare. if we follow obama's military metaphor through the prism of fairness, what does it make the rich? al-qaeda? taliban? sorry, taliban. more important who would have guessed four years ago a liberal president would have used the military as metaphor for american greatness? forget how weird is it to see a progressive so gung-ho about something all of his friends hate. we have a liberal president abouting all republican. even more, the stuff that libs love was gone. obamacare, unemployment benefit, abortio
CBS
Jan 29, 2012 10:30am EST
depth and intensity of what we will see going forward. once president obama embraces our nominee then we will never have seen anything like what is coming. >> well, i mean, but do you think that mitt romney is not a person of integrity? because that's what he says. >> i am not going to weigh in on that. that is between those candidate. i am not going to weigh in on that. that will be for the voters but again we are seeing an intensifying of what both candidates are saying and the voters will make their decision. >> but you won't say if he is a man of integrity? >> well, i have always believed the best about other people and of course i as described the very best motives for all of our candidates. i am on board the team, put it that way, no matter who our nominee will be i am on the team because i intend to make sure that barack obama is a one term president and whoever our nominee is i am for them. >> are you -- we had heard early in the week that you were getting ready to endorse someone. are you going to endorse someone? >> i reserve the right to endorse someone, but at this po
FOX News
Jan 19, 2012 2:00pm PST
go against romney. we'll conclude a serious thought, bob. greg gutfeld has thoughts on obama killing the keystone pipeline. plus, rush limbaugh has fighting words for bob beckel yesterday. good stuff coming up. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] imagine facing the day with less chronic osteoarthritis pain. imagine living your life with less chronic low back pain. imagine you, with less pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one non-narcotic pill a day, every day, can help reduce this pain. tell your doctor right away if your mood worsens, you have unusual changes in mood or behavior or thoughts of suicide. antidepressants can increase these in children, teens, and young adults. cymbalta is not approved for children under 18. people taking maois or thioridazine or with uncontrolled glaucoma should not take cymbalta. taking it with nsaids, aspirin, or blood thinners may increase bleeding risk. severe liver problems, some fatal, were reported. signs include abdominal pain and yellowing skin or eyes. tell your doctor about all your medic
MSNBC
Jan 16, 2012 7:00pm PST
defeat barack obama. despite our differences and the space between us on some of the issues, i believe that candidate is governor mitt romney. >> here are just some examples of some of the differences, some of the space between jon huntsman and mitt romney on some of the issues. >> i think when you're on too many sides of the issues of the day, when you don't have that core, when there's that element of trust out there, i think that becomes a problem. and i think it makes you unelectable against barack obama. >> we delivered health care reform with a mandate. we raised taxes $750 million worth. so i think it's -- and it was 47th overall in job creation. >> somebody who breaks down businesses, destroys jobs as opposed to creating jobs and opportunity, leveraging shareholders. >> governor romney enjoys firing people. i enjoy creating jobs. >> are you suggesting, governor, that we just take all our troops out next week? >> did you hear what i just said? i said we should draw down from 100,000. we don't need 100,000 troops. >> i don't subscribe to the don trump school or the mitt romney sc
CBS
Jan 15, 2012 10:30am EST
plus jody cantor, author of the controversial new book, the obamas. why is the white house so upset about her book? this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: good morning again. newt gingrich joins us from charles town south carolina this morning. good morning, mr. speaker. >> good morning. good to be with you. >> schieffer: thank you very much. mr. speaker, mitt romney dumped a load of negative ads on you in iowa. you responded by attacks on his veracity and his business record. some republicans are saying you're just doing barack obama's work for him. are you uncomfortable with that? >> well, look, none of those folks were complaining when mitt romney spent $3.5 million on negative ads in iowa because they were for romney. now that all of a sudden somebody is willing to stand up to him and is willing to argue the other side of the case, they think it's unfair. whoever we nominate has to be prepared to take on barack obama, and the president already has $240 million in the bank. he plans a billion dollar campaign that
CNN
Jan 4, 2012 4:00am PST
obama, but, really, it's rick santorum who he's talking to, we'll speak to, a big endorsement from john mccain and he beat mitt romney back in 2008. and coming up just short -- built on that traditional iowa caucus campaign. 400 rallies, 99 counties. santorum with one message to iowa voters before it's off to new hampshire and he said this -- >> thank you so much, iowa. you -- you, by standing up and not compromising. by standing up and being bold and leading. leading with that burden and responsibility you have to be first, you have taken the first step of taking back this country. >> and it looks like first in, first out. amp a disappointing showing in last night's caucuses, texas governor rick perry says he'll go home and do some thinking. take a listen. >> with the voters decision tonight in iowa, i've decided to return it texas, assess the results of tonight's caucus, determine whether there is a path forward for myself in this race. >> closer look now at who voted for mitt romney? who voted for rick santorum? who voted for ron paul? specifically and why. christine romans is b
FOX News
Jan 30, 2012 9:00pm PST
to have the energy and resources to face barack obama. who has been sharpened and shaped through the school of hard knocks. virtues learned there will be beneficial in serving our country. we find out who that person is. we mesh them out through competition. this competitive process i would like to see continue. the more ideas debated the fairer it is to the electorate. it will breed success for america. competition doesn't just shape character but rebuilds it. one of the characteristics in order to save our country. we need a big dog who will bite when they rattle our cage. they, when i spook of they, i'm talking about government big spenders who can't balance a budget because they've never done it before. who would lock up our resources and amass debt and can't argue against obamacare and other liberties being stripped. ultimately being slaves to government and other countries, we need a big dog who is passion ast not embracing the status quo but shaping it up. >> sean: it's funny you talk about the process. it's ongoing process. when i think i have all my questions answered by the
CBS
Jan 15, 2012 11:30am EST
called "the obamas" by jodi kantor, a "new york times" reporter, alleges friction in the relationship between the first lady, michelle obama, and the staff of her husband. the presidential staff, of course. the book says that tension was because mrs. obama was interfering with the way the president's staff wanted to do business. the book details the friction, name well former obama press secretary robert gibbs and former obama chief of staff rahm emanuel, now the mayor of chicago. mrs. obama had this to say about rahm emanuel. >> one thing is true, that i talk very candidly to my husband about how i feel, but that's the kind of relationship i have. i wouldn't go to rahm about something i would talk to my husband about. if i didn't agree with something, i would talk to my own husband about it. >> the cantor book also details an alleged incident in which a french book says that carla bruni, the wife of nicholas sarkozy, asked mrs. obama how she liked living in the white house. mrs. obama reportedly replied, "don't ask. it's hell. i can't stand it." both mrs. obama and mrs. bruni deny th
CNN
Jan 24, 2012 8:00am PST
president obama. we're actually waiting to hear from him and what he's calling a prebuttal to the president's state of the union address. and rick santorum campaigning in stuart, florida, this hour. florida primary just seven days away. >>> republican candidates are facing off for more -- one more debate rather ahead of tuesday's florida primary. the latest matchup in tampa last night, mitt romney hammered, hammered away at newt gingrich, and his record of leadership. gingrich shot back, accusing romney of lying. here's a taste. >> in the 15 years after he left the speakership, the speaker has been working as an influence peddler in washington and during those 15 years, i helped turn around the olympics, helped begin a very successful turn around in the state of massachusetts. >> he just said four things that are false. i don't want to waste the time on them. i think the american public deserve a discussion about how to beat barack obama, the american public deserves a discussion about what we would do about the economy and i think this is the worst kind of trivial politics. >>> t
FOX News
Jan 7, 2012 5:00am EST
obama plan? >> the president stood before you, i can't remember if you were here friday night. some of you weren't 'cause you cut out early. >> bill: members of the white house press corp. say the obama administration is trying to intimidate them, being mean to them, even cursing. can it be true? dana perino on that. >> what is a caucus? >> bill: the "jersey shore" crew getting involved in politics. kinda. >> a carcass? >> a caucus. >> bill: caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching. the political viciousness ramps up. that's the subject of this evening's talking points memo. president obama got good news with the unemployment number drops. the president says that proves his policy are working. those who don't like mr. obama say the improvement is due to the fact that millions of americans stopped looking for work. talking points believes the american economy is improving slightly, but the big picture is federal spending and regulation, not decimal points on unemployment. the campaign is really all abo
FOX News
Jan 17, 2012 6:00pm PST
debate. >> more people have been put on food stamps by barack obama than any president in american history. >> so who came out on top? former governor sarah palin is here with reaction and her predictions for the critical upcoming primary in south carolina. and the blatant obama media bias strikes again. this time calling you dumb if you are a critic of the anointed one. so is the liberal media now crossed the line? we will debate. >> obama is low-hanging fruit. his record is a disaster, his philosophy is a disaster. >> and a rare appearance. the rare one, mark levin will debut his book. you don't want to miss it. count down to election day continues and hannity starts right here right now. >> with saturday's critical primary in south carolina fast approaching last night fox news channel wall street journal debate was critical for some of the gop pope -- hopefuls. the five debated last night. >> i would go out and say stop it, you are representing me and you are representing my campaign. stop it. >> this is a great example of the insiders that are having a conversation up here, and
CSPAN
Jan 11, 2012 6:00am EST
obama is running five points ahead of where john kerry ran in 2004. the country was shifting bluer as a whole is the series of the country were continuing to abandon the democratic party. obama was enabled to build the coalition that enable democrats to remain competitive in the states, even in extremely favorable environment for the democrats. in this region the democratic coalition is now significantly. to engage in a little with obvious foreshadowing, democratic senators held from the states. after excluding minority majority districts, 15 democratic congress contained in the state. democrats controlled out the governorships in 11 of the 16 state houses. so with the trend we begin to see if the national level of the states finally been made with democratic party filter down to congressional and state level that foreshadowed the debacle of the democrats. there's a positive side to the ledger. obama rainbow against minority voters and suburbanites, but the overall result was a wash. obama actually ran slightly behind clinton's 1996 vote. by the way when i talk about 1996, thanks voting
NBC
Jan 8, 2012 6:30pm EST
turner about michelle obama. tonight what's reel really goin in the white house. >>> tragedy in tucson, one year later gabby giffords returns to the scene of that awful day. >>> drug shortage. doctors sound the alarm, why can't patients get some of the most popular prescription drugs in america. >>> and making the grade. easing the stress of college with a little help from man's best friend. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. maybe it was a lack of rest or maybe they didn't like the overnight reviews, but barely 12 hours after exchanging mostly mild jabs on a new hampshire debate stage last night, the gop candidates were back at it this morning. this time swinging haymakers at the nbc news/facebook debate. some of the heaviest blows aimed at mitt romney, slipping in the latest new hampshire tracking poll, which also finds significant volatility within the rest of the pack. with less than two days to go, the candidates came out today ready to fight for every vote. our political team is in place. we begin with nbc's peter alexander at a romney rally in exeter
RT
Jan 2, 2012 5:00am EST
selve saying no you can't not only has the obama administration blocked torture accountability and refused to investigate and prosecute. he's he's basically maintained indefinite detention has revived military commissions. and as we've seen as well he has expanded targeted killings so they've increased under the obama administration many fold and he's even authorize the killing of a u.s. citizen so you know i think yeah where and you know there is a bad state of civil liberties under the obama administration right now an author and scholar noam chomsky believes the obama administration has changed gears and accelerate it illegal practice into overdrive this shift between bush's policies and obama's. push bush's policy was to kidnap people. whatever you thought about them. take them to guantanamo or some other two or three. strikes and information obama supporters just kill. and killing them all over the world. and another is the targeting drone killing of anwar walk easy an american born cleric u.s. drone strikes during obama's first two years in office exceeded the total carried o
MSNBC
Jan 19, 2012 11:00pm PST
shows how much trouble president obama may have with independent voters who aren't sold on the republicans either. that may explain why the president is up with his first ad of the campaign. and we mentioned that newt gingrich's second ex-wife said he wanted an open marriage. the ex-wife of mark sanford joins us tonight. she says she's lived this story and it will count politically. finally, let me finish with an unpleasant reminder. while mitt romney may be headed for 1 for 3 in the political arena that newt gingrich is already in the clubhouse with his 1 for 3 in the marital arena. we start with the final 48 hours. with me is mark halperin and john, both msnbc political analysts. let's look at numbers. newt gingrich has a fighting chance to carry south carolina. new numbers out today from the nbc news/marist poll show republicans have mitt romney ahead of the pack. but the two-day poll show a rise for newt gingrich following his debate monday night. before the debate on monday, romney led by 15 points. but after the debate on tuesday, that lead shrank to just 5 points. a ten-
FOX News
Jan 5, 2012 2:00am EST
a better candidate and how he would beat obama. not a lot of time to make the point but he will get a ton of national media attention. how he seizes this moment will tell us a lot about he is. >> kimberly: goes to you on santorum. you have asessionments about him -- assessments about him. >> andrea: i went to sleep and santorum was leading by 18 votes. i thought boy, if he could get the duggard children who endorsed him to show up and vote. this is a big day for santorum. he ran the best face campaign on the ground. now finally conservative have a conservative alternative. eric, you and i at the end of the show we said we held conservative emergence. for the first time, mitt romney is actually going to get tested. he will be battle tested in new hampshire. we saw this all day today. i think that together, santorum and gingrich, they are going to tag team him. gingrich can go negative. santorum can say i have nothing to do with it. again, this is going to be a test for santorum. can he appeal, to not just the conservatives in iowa because he ran a conservative race there. socially co
Current
Jan 27, 2012 5:00pm PST
plan we had. i don't like the obama plan, it cuts medicare. we didn't anything like that. >> maybe because medicare is a federal program, not a state program. romney shaded the truth. he accuses gingrich of calling spanish the language of the ghetto. romney denied knowing anything about the ad but went back on the track after wolfe blitzer informed romney that he had personally endorse the ad. >> did you say what the ad says or not. >> i don't know, it's taken out of context, i did not know. >> gingrich today claimed that he was appalled by romney's eplies last night telling the washington post: >> news campaign also followed up today with this ad: >> romney denied seeing a false ad his campaign used to attack newt gingrich, but romney's own campaign paid for the ad and romney's own voice is on the ad approving its false content. if we can't trust what mitt romney says about his own record, how can you trust him on anything. >> romney's leading gingrich by nine points in florida with ron paul and rick santorum far behind. nationwide, gingrich is leading romney with the other candid
ABC
Jan 29, 2012 9:00am EST
to moderate in 1976 he lost. very hard to take romney care and obama care and have a debate and have the republican win that debate. you need to have a conservative who's a very big distance away from obama, you got to have the space so that in fact you can communicate with the american people. >> i want to follow up on some of these comments that you're making about romney. here's an ad that you are currently running in florida. >> what kind of man would mislead, deceive just to win an election? this man would. mitt romney. if we can't trust what mitt romney says about his own records how can we trust him on anything? >> it sounds as if you're saying in that ad and here this morning, that mitt romney is unfit and does not thave the character to be president. >> i am saying that he would be not where he is today, if he told the truth. and i think that's a very serious problem for somebody. i think that you look -- again, he's supposedly a great manager, yet he can't explain 23 different foreign accounts that weren't reported. he's a great manager. he can't explain being on the b
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